President Xi seeks life-long Party loyalty from China’s youth

May 6, 2018 2:52 am0 commentsViews: 33
Students of Hou Kong Middle School participate in a flag-raising ceremony marking the Chinese Youth Day in south China's Macao, May 4, 2018. Friday marked the anniversary of the May 4th Movement, a patriotic campaign that started from universities and was launched in 1919 by young Chinese to fight imperialism and feudalism. May 4th later was established as Youth Day in 1949 by the Chinese government. (Photo courtesy: Xinhua/Cheong Kam Ka)

Students of Hou Kong Middle School participate in a flag-raising ceremony marking the Chinese Youth Day in south China’s Macao, May 4, 2018. Friday marked the anniversary of the May 4th Movement, a patriotic campaign that started from universities and was launched in 1919 by young Chinese to fight imperialism and feudalism. May 4th later was established as Youth Day in 1949 by the Chinese government. (Photo courtesy: Xinhua/Cheong Kam Ka)

(TibetanReview.net, May05, 2018) – President Xi Jinping has on May 3 called for lifetime loyalty to China’s ruling clique, the Communist Party of China, among young people, ahead of China’s Youth Day, which falls on May 4.

Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, made the statement in a message to some students from China University of Political Science and Law, who had written him a letter recently, reported China’s official chinadaily.com.cn May 3.

The report said that in writing to Xi, the students had said that some had joined the Party while others were actively preparing to do so. They were also stated to have volunteered to raise legal awareness among the general public and to support education in underdeveloped areas in the past year.

Their determination to follow the Party and make contributions to the motherland had been strengthened through such work, they were stated to have written.

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